Green Sense Radio Show: Trillions of trees could help climate change/Urban Ag update from Amsterdam

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The answer to climate change could lie in the trees. Recent research at Switzerland’s Crowther Lab tells us how many trees would need to be planted to ultimately capture two-thirds of human-made carbon emissions. We’re joined by Professor Thomas Crowther from Crowther Lab in Zurich, Switzerland. 

As we continue to find better ways to make the most out of our resources, one way we can do more with less is by moving our farms indoors. With an update on the latest in urban ag news, we’re joined by Chris Higgins of Hort Americas who recently attended the Green Tech convention in Amsterdam.

Check out more from Green Sense Radio featuring Urban Ag News founder, Chris Higgins.

1 thought on “Green Sense Radio Show: Trillions of trees could help climate change/Urban Ag update from Amsterdam

  1. How would trillions of additional trees affect groundwater supplies as they absorb the water when it rains?

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